Bell Centre

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Bell Centre
Location Montreal, Quebec
Opened March 16, 1996
Other Names Molson Centre (1996-2002)
Tenants Montreal Canadiens (1996-present)

The Bell Centre is a venue located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It opened on March 16, 1996 as the Molson Centre and is the home of the Montreal Canadiens.

Other cover appearances

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League March 16, 1996 Montreal Canadiens vs. New York Rangers Program
1997-98 Montreal Canadiens Program
Boxing October 29, 1999 Al Cole vs. Brian Nix Program
National Hockey League 2007-08 Montreal Canadiens vs. Philadelphia Flyers Postseason program
2020-21 Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup Finals Program

See also

List of National Hockey League venues

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Boston Bruins (TD Garden)
Buffalo Sabres (KeyBank Center)
Detroit Red Wings (Little Caesars Arena)
Florida Panthers (Amerant Bank Arena)
Montreal Canadiens (Bell Centre)
Ottawa Senators (Canadian Tire Centre)
Tampa Bay Lightning (Amalie Arena)
Toronto Maple Leafs (Scotiabank Arena)
Carolina Hurricanes (PNC Arena)
Columbus Blue Jackets (Nationwide Arena)
New Jersey Devils (Prudential Center)
New York Islanders (Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
New York Rangers (Madison Square Garden)
Philadelphia Flyers (Wells Fargo Center)
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Arizona Coyotes (Mullett Arena)
Chicago Blackhawks (United Center)
Colorado Avalanche (Ball Arena)
Dallas Stars (American Airlines Center)
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St. Louis Blues (Enterprise Center)
Winnipeg Jets (Canada Life Centre)
Anaheim Ducks (Honda Center)
Calgary Flames (Scotiabank Saddledome)
Edmonton Oilers (Rogers Place)
Los Angeles Kings ( Arena)
San Jose Sharks (SAP Center at San Jose)
Seattle Kraken (Climate Pledge Arena)
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Vegas Golden Knights (T-Mobile Arena)
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